Apple Play recently unveiled its new Arm-based M1 chip with the new MacBook Air, MacBook Book Pro and Mini Mini mini and for business users who are considering choosing to use it as a workstation, luckily there’s a way to get you on the company’s latest devices. Can run Windows 10.
Enterprise users can now run Windows 10 on a Chromebook, as can Mac users on a M1 chip using parallel virtual machine software.
The transition to the Rose Pal M1 chip should be smooth for most native Mac applications, thanks to Rosta technology and before the company recreates all of these applications as universal binary, the same goes for Parallel Access Access, Parallel Toolbox and Parallel Client software.
Virtual machines are an exception, which is why Parallel is actively developing a new version of the Parallel Desktop page for Mac that can run on the new Bookbook Air, Bookbook Pro Pro and Mini Mini mini, all featuring Apple’s M1 chip.
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In the main gist of Apple’s WWDC this summer, the company based in Porto showed a demo of a parallel desktop for a Mac prototype running a flawless Linux virtual machine on ProtPal Silicon.
Since then, Parallel has further developed a new version of its parallel desktop to run the Mac on the Apple Plus M1 chip. The company also turned the parallel desktop page into a universal binary and optimized its virtualization code.
In parallel, SVP of Engineering and Support, Nick Dobrowolski, explained in one Blog post That the company will continue to improve and optimize its virtual machine software for devices running Apple’s M1 chip, saying:
“As our customers know, Parallel pays close attention to the quality of our software products and what they offer. With OS Pal M1 chip m OS Cause Big Sur and new Mac, we will continue to do more detailed evaluation with our help in our lab and through the next parallel technical preview program. ”
Users interested in trying out a newer version of Parallel Desktop for Mac Fill out this form For the opportunity to participate in its technical preview.
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